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  1. #21041

    Parking

    Quote Originally Posted by BunterHiden  [View Original Post]
    Just got back from the greatest Disneyland man city in the world this afternoon. At four pm the Ped East lines were very short but at the bottle neck right where sentri has to pass to get into the tunnel things were a bit hectic. Lots of Mex Nationals trying to figure out how to come to America after 20 months. Paperwork. It will pass but another problem I have noticed this week during my two visits. The powers that be now say that they will not be opening up Ped West anytime soon. Noon Thursday when I arrived to park in the Jack in the Box lots both high and low where down to their last few slots. And $10 is now the new $8 per 8 hours. Parking will become impossible if holiday traffic mixed with the fine monger hoards we are need the historically limited choices on the east side. Parking on the west side is quite the hike BTW. Might be time to do a walk thru on parking a trolley station one or two stops up and at least know what the situation is. Often when I turn onto the approach street to get to Jacks parking options it takes 20 minutes. Between cars trying to idle to pick someone up to every four minutes the crossing guards going down it's like you're balls deep in NYC instead of someone's hard working sister. And exiting the lots has gotten much tougher. From the time I left HK in a cab and transited the border and to my car, it took me longer to go from car ignition to sliding onto I five. I'm lucky from that point I only have 24 minutes home. And my average speed is 80 and still never see a CHP.
    Solution to parking is get Mexican insurance, register car for sentri if you have global entry, and get vip card from HK. The parking is free behind Tropical bar and I leave $2-3 or 50 peso tip when I leave. I understand if you aren't comfortable or have to keep a story in case you get in an accident in Mexico so if you don't have to answer to anyone, then highly recommend parking in Zona Norte. Also sometimes the policia hassle you if you have tinted windows, so may want to drive with windows down until you park.

  2. #21040

    Solo en Colombia!

    That's awesome Solo. You won't want to come back!

    I've made 15 ish or so trips since 2006 (MDE, BOG, CTG, Pereira, Cali, Q / Barranquilla). I want to take a gap year from work and live somewhere down there for a year but afraid I will never come back!

  3. #21039
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    LuvChicas.

    Nov 25 - 26 I will be in Panama.

    Nov 26 - Dec 1 will be in Bogota.

    Dec 2- Dec 5 in Cartagena.

    Dec 5- Dec 10 in MDE.

    A couple other bros will also meet in Colombia. Would be lots of fun. Definitely want to meet you.
    Have fun Captain I wish I could go to Colombia as well but I am headed to El Salvador next week to see my family. Stay safe bro!

  4. #21038

    In Colombia Nov 26 -Dec 10

    LuvChicas.

    Nov 25 - 26 I will be in Panama.

    Nov 26 - Dec 1 will be in Bogota.

    Dec 2- Dec 5 in Cartagena.

    Dec 5- Dec 10 in MDE.

    A couple other bros will also meet in Colombia. Would be lots of fun. Definitely want to meet you.

  5. #21037
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Cocr.

    I will be in Panama, Colombia then CDMX from next week until second week of December.

    A few bros will also fly into Colombia. Will meet and cruise Bogota, Cartagena and Medellin together. Should be a lot of fun, at least we won't get robbed hanging together.

    Have a sexy time in Tijuana while I am gone.
    Capitan Solo,

    I'm a NorCal hombre who enjoys reading your Tijuana posts, and was hoping to run into you one of these days in Tijuana.

    Anyway, I'm traveling around SP and Rio right now, and will then fly up to MDE for a few days Nov 25-30. If you will be in town then? Please respond here, I have limited access here, no PM's. Have a great journey!

  6. #21036

    Will be gone

    Cocr.

    I will be in Panama, Colombia then CDMX from next week until second week of December.

    A few bros will also fly into Colombia. Will meet and cruise Bogota, Cartagena and Medellin together. Should be a lot of fun, at least we won't get robbed hanging together.

    Have a sexy time in Tijuana while I am gone.

  7. #21035

    I'm Booked! I'm Booked!

    Coming back out for a full week right after Thanks weekend.

    Will take 2 days off work Mon-Tues. To pound it hard then 3 days work from "home" which will be my hotel room in Imperial Beach! Wooohooo!

    At least Wedn. - Fri. After working on computer all day I can have sexo with hot young fresh chicas of la zona!

    Booked it then cause my HK card from Sept. trip about to expire hehehehe. Also 90 days left on my FMM, I breeze right thru aduana into TJ!

  8. #21034
    Quote Originally Posted by BunterHiden  [View Original Post]
    Just got back from the greatest Disneyland man city in the world this afternoon. At four pm the Ped East lines were very short but at the bottle neck right where sentri has to pass to get into the tunnel things were a bit hectic. Lots of Mex Nationals trying to figure out how to come to America after 20 months. Paperwork. It will pass but another problem I have noticed this week during my two visits. The powers that be now say that they will not be opening up Ped West anytime soon. Noon Thursday when I arrived to park in the Jack in the Box lots both high and low where down to their last few slots. And $10 is now the new $8 per 8 hours. Parking will become impossible if holiday traffic mixed with the fine monger hoards we are need the historically limited choices on the east side. Parking on the west side is quite the hike BTW. Might be time to do a walk thru on parking a trolley station one or two stops up and at least know what the situation is. Often when I turn onto the approach street to get to Jacks parking options it takes 20 minutes. Between cars trying to idle to pick someone up to every four minutes the crossing guards going down it's like you're balls deep in NYC instead of someone's hard working sister. And exiting the lots has gotten much tougher. From the time I left HK in a cab and transited the border and to my car, it took me longer to go from car ignition to sliding onto I five. I'm lucky from that point I only have 24 minutes home. And my average speed is 80 and still never see a CHP.
    Been a few years since I've parked at one of those Border parking lots. Have no intentions of parking out there again unless I absolutely have to LOL. Exclusively trolley station parking lots (which are free) for me. $5 round trip on the Pronto card. You can get the Pronto app on your phone, load $5 in before hand, and not have to worry about fooling with purchasing fare from the fare stations. One thing I've noticed is fare enforcement by San Diego transit police seems to have decreased DRAMATICALLY since the new Pronto card went into effect a couple months ago. On all my previous trips, I could expect to probably have my fare checked by a transit officer during a trip. During my most recent trip a couple weeks ago, my fare wasn't checked even once during several trolley rides. I assume the lack of enforcement is temporary while the Pronto card is still being phased in.

  9. #21033
    Quote Originally Posted by BunterHiden  [View Original Post]
    Parking on the west side is quite the hike BTW.
    True if you have physical limitations or brought too much luggage, but otherwise an easy walk in my mind. However, I suppose fellas allergic to exercise might not feel the same way.

  10. #21032

    Parking will be a problem soon

    Just got back from the greatest Disneyland man city in the world this afternoon. At four pm the Ped East lines were very short but at the bottle neck right where sentri has to pass to get into the tunnel things were a bit hectic. Lots of Mex Nationals trying to figure out how to come to America after 20 months. Paperwork. It will pass but another problem I have noticed this week during my two visits. The powers that be now say that they will not be opening up Ped West anytime soon. Noon Thursday when I arrived to park in the Jack in the Box lots both high and low where down to their last few slots. And $10 is now the new $8 per 8 hours. Parking will become impossible if holiday traffic mixed with the fine monger hoards we are need the historically limited choices on the east side. Parking on the west side is quite the hike BTW. Might be time to do a walk thru on parking a trolley station one or two stops up and at least know what the situation is. Often when I turn onto the approach street to get to Jacks parking options it takes 20 minutes. Between cars trying to idle to pick someone up to every four minutes the crossing guards going down it's like you're balls deep in NYC instead of someone's hard working sister. And exiting the lots has gotten much tougher. From the time I left HK in a cab and transited the border and to my car, it took me longer to go from car ignition to sliding onto I five. I'm lucky from that point I only have 24 minutes home. And my average speed is 80 and still never see a CHP.

  11. #21031
    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo1969  [View Original Post]
    You did not pay for FMM. So that is only valid for a few days and not 6 months.

    So, you were able to go through Mexican citizen line only because it was less than 7 days. Right?

    How long can you keep skipping foreigner line?

    You may get into trouble if you try to skip the foreigners line after 7 days. Right?
    Yes, I've only ever done the 7-day FMM, which is free. I know absolutely nothing about the 180-day FMMs. Have no interest in them as I live on the East Coast and only go to Tijuana for a few days at a time. I would assume you can enter / re-enter using the same 7-day FMM through the Mexican Nationals line for the entire 7-day period. I'm African-American and very clearly not a Mexican but they still always let me through the Mexican Nationals line anyway if I'm re-entering with a valid, stamped FMM. (If I'm entering for the first time with an FMM that hasn't been stamped by a Mexican customs official yet, of course I have to go through the Foreigner line.).

    Of course they would not let you into Mexico period if your 7-day FMM is expired. I assume you'd either have to get a new FMM or pay a bribe, though I've never been in that situation before.

  12. #21030

    Walking in via Mexican citizen line with FMM?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherMouzone  [View Original Post]
    Will also mention that I used a printed, already filled out FMM this trip to enter Mexico.
    The lady at the border reviewed my form, stamped it, and let me go through without asking any questions. I had to leave Mexico to pick up a rental car .... So upon re-entry I was able to avoid the Foreigners like which, based on the length of the line, would've been a 30+ minute or so wait time this past Saturday night.
    You did not pay for FMM. So that is only valid for a few days and not 6 months.

    So, you were able to go through Mexican citizen line only because it was less than 7 days. Right?

    How long can you keep skipping foreigner line?

    You may get into trouble if you try to skip the foreigners line after 7 days. Right?

  13. #21029
    Quote Originally Posted by Scbb1  [View Original Post]
    How is the pedestrian line at PedEast now when coming back to the USA With the opening of non essential travel? How long are the waits on a Sunday morning between 10 am and noon? I know PedWest will be closed for quite sometime due to a migrant camp.
    I've done the pedestrian PedEast line twice in the past few days. This past Saturday morning I had to go to San Diego to pick up a rental car. Was in line by around 8:30 am and was through customs and into the USA A little less than an hour later, around 9:30.

    The 2nd time was Monday morning, which I would assume is a peak time going from Tijuana to the USA Was in line at 6:30 am and in the USA 65-75 minutes later (around 7:45).

    Both times the lines were "long" but the lines moved really fast. Especially Monday, they have extra customs lanes open to compensate for PedWest being closed. Pre-COVID I've done as long as 3. 5 hours on multiple occasions so the 1 hour wait times during peak periods wasn't bad at all. There were people hanging out near the end of the line selling tickets to skip the line via bus ($20+) saying the line would take 2. 5+ hours but as I've just explained the wait time was less than half of that both times.

    Will also mention that I used a printed, already filled out FMM this trip to enter Mexico. The lady at the border reviewed my form, stamped it, and let me go through without asking any questions. I had to leave Mexico to pick up a rental car (as I mentioned above) but when I re-entered Mexico late Saturday night, I went through the Mexican Nationals line, showed them my stamped FMM + passport, and they quickly let me though back into Mexico without asking any questions. So upon re-entry I was able to avoid the Foreigners like which, based on the length of the line, would've been a 30+ minute or so wait time this past Saturday night.

  14. #21028
    Quote Originally Posted by Scbb1  [View Original Post]
    How is the pedestrian line at PedEast now when coming back to the USA With the opening of non essential travel? How long are the waits on a Sunday morning between 10 am and noon? I know PedWest will be closed for quite sometime due to a migrant camp.
    Well before the opening to non essential travel leaving around 8 or 9 A.M was not to bad. But this past Sunday I crossed at 8:30 and the line was super long. However it might have had something to do with Monday being a Mexican holiday.

  15. #21027
    How is the pedestrian line at PedEast now when coming back to the USA With the opening of non essential travel? How long are the waits on a Sunday morning between 10 am and noon? I know PedWest will be closed for quite sometime due to a migrant camp.

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